Nine out of the 22 arrested persons were on Thursday charged on the basis of the nationwide anti-terror action on Wednesday.
even Though we at the time of writing still lack many answers, so there are two things, as a former PET chief Hans Jorgen Bonnichsen notes.
The first thing is the fact that two of the accused belong to the female gender.
"Women have become more active than in the past. If you look at the Danish terrorhistorie, it is rare that women are involved, charged, prosecuted and convicted according to penal code section 114," says Hans Jørgen Bonnichsen and put weight on, that may be far from a charge to a charge.
The latest woman, who has been convicted for the terror, the teenager Natascha Colding-Olsen. She was in 2017 known guilty of attempted terrorism after she planned two bomb attacks against british schools.
In 2016, she would bomb Sydskolen in Fårevejle, where she was bullied.
What would she do with a bomb with the explosive TATP – also known as 'Satan's mother'. It is the same kind of bomb, as they had in the past terrorsag tried to acquire.
She changed his plan and would instead hit the jewish Carolineskolen in Copenhagen.
None of the plans came to fruition, and she never reached to produce a workable bomb.
the district Court sentenced Natascha Colding-Olsen, six years ' imprisonment. In the court of appeal was the penalty enhanced to eight years in prison.
Hans Jørgen Bonnichsen is liable also upon the charges in the latest terrorsag, which was published in court. They occur him a bit blurry, but it can also be a good reason for that.
"the Charges brought don't give us much more information than we already had. They are quite diffuse," he notes and continues its assessment of the charges:
"It may mean that you might not have total control of what is up and down in the case right now."
Hans Jørgen Bonnichsen is no doubt that there would be more details in the charges, if the police had more information.
He attaches importance, that it is conjecture, which is based on his many years of experience and knowledge in the field.
the Police sought a total of nine persons on Thursday. A woman and two men are charged with attempt bombings in Denmark or abroad. Two out of the three accused refused guilty of the charge.
A woman and four men are charged with attempt to purchase or finance firearms, silencers and ammunition for use in terror. All five refused guilty of the charge.
A ninth person – a 29-year-old man – were produced in grundlovsforhør in the Odense district Court. Here was requested dobbeltlukkede doors. Thus the charges unknown to the general public. He was remanded in custody for four weeks, but chose to appeal against the measure for the Eastern high Court.
Bonnichsen believes that the danes should worry about the 13 persons, such as the police, has been released in the case. There must be a clear reason for that has been done.
Updated Date: 12 December 2019, 22:00